The betrayal of Commander Emma Matix cost her everything. Now she’s in a predicament where she must trust a Kamtra man that is rumored to rip people apart with his own two hands. She has stared into his metallic orange eyes and knows that he is quite capable of killing anyone that stands in his way. She knows he loathes the human race. So why did he save her in the first place? Was it to strip her of her identity, torture her, use her against the human race? Or did he keep her alive simply to prove to all what he is actually capable of? There is always an ulterior motive to kindness. Perhaps if she can figure out what his is, she will be able to survive.
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About the Author
I graduated from Eastern Michigan University and live in Rochester, Michigan. I am a single mother of three amazing children who have helped me rediscover my love of writing. I started writing in 2009 and discovered there were many stories within me that I wanted to share. With the help of my family, friends, and fans, I have gained confidence in myself and in what I love, allowing me to live my dream to be an author who finds inspiration everywhere: my past, listening to music, in laughter, and even random moments while out hiking or practicing Tai Chi. I discovered the hard way how important believing in yourself and your dreams is. With each story I write, I hope to take my readers into a world that will captivate their attention. I hope my stories remind you to believe in your dreams, allowing you to think outside the box and become more than you thought you could be.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Okay, I'm not sure why the grammar etc is so bad. Every time it says "glimpsed at" instead of glanced at it want to beat my head on a wall. The writer really needed someone to proof read it. Other than that I liked it. Oh, the premise is ridiculous but if you like a combination of romance and sci-fi/fantasy like me you'll probably enjoy it. I liked the characters and the attraction between them is well done. I did think our heroine gets stabbed or injured way too many times. Because she is always recovering from near death the fact that she's being drugged or that there's an evil plot against them isn't obvious until the end. I still give it three stars because I've read it more than once and enjoy it despite its flaws which is what really matters. I think Schmidt could be great with a little more effort and experience.